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Managing the Mobile Workforce Clemons, David | Kroth,, Michael McGraw-Hill , 2011 Management, Technology

In Managing the Mobile Workforce by David Clemons and Michael Kroth, mobile workers are defined as those who are not physically located within a centralized building or who move between work locations...

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Managing the Millennials Espinoza, Chip | Ukleja, Mick | Rusch, Craig John Wiley & Sons, Inc. , 2010 Diversity, Management

A few years ago, Chip Espinoza, Mick Ukleja, and Craig Rusch began to notice a growing frustration among managers and business leaders trying to integrate younger workers into their organizations. Three generations of...

 
 
Managing the Generation Mix Martin, Carolyn A. | Tulgan, Bruce HRD Press , 2006 Diversity

Generational diversity in the workplace can help companies capitalize on employees’ unique abilities and experiences, but it also creates challenges for managers charged with leading this generational mix. Conflict...

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Managing the Future Tucker, Robert B. G.P. Putnam's Sons , 1991 Major Works, Management

In Managing for the Future, Tucker details the 10 driving forces of change for the 90s -viewing change as a dynamic and optimistic force. Theory and description flow smoothly in seamless transitions that not only sweep...

 
 
Managing Projects Russell, Lou Pfeiffer , 2012 Business Strategy, Productivity

In Managing Projects, Lou Russell employs a four-phase project management model: define, plan, manage, and review, to illustrate the nuts and bolts of project management. She prefaces the discussion...

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Managing People Halan, Y. C. New Dawn Press Group , 2005 Business Strategy, Management

Organizations are increasingly realizing that, of all the varied factors that contribute to and affect company performance, the human element is clearly the most...

 
 
Managing on the Edge Pascale, Richard Tanner Simon & Schuster , 1990 Management

It has become fashionable to accept ideas without in-depth knowledge of their underlying foundation and without any long-term commitment. Organizations need to move from the current either/or mindset to an and also...

 
 
Managing Interactively Boone, Mary E. McGraw-Hill , 2001 Communication, Human Resources, Management, Productivity

Conventional wisdom understands fully that technology can help CEOs, executives, and managers communicate and lead; that it can transform corporate cultures; and that it can turn hierarchies upside down. But, what is...

 
 
Managing Innovation and Change Henry, Jane | Mayle, David Sage Publications , 2002 Innovation, Management

As organizations struggle to keep pace with the globalization of the economy, the explosive growth of the Internet, deregulation, the drive to increase the bottom line, faster product development times, rampant...

 
 
Managing Incompetence Ginebra, Gabriel ASTD Press , 2013 Management

Managers everywhere are faced with leading employees with a wide range of personalities and skills, and they frequently have to deal with incompetent employees. In Managing Incompetence, Gabriel...

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